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1Jaidee MarshallProfessor Perkins English 1C09 July 2019Are Conflicts Necessary For A Healthy Relationship?Do you remember the first major argument you had with your significant other? Did you think that it might be the end? Or, perhaps, it was the end? In every relationship, whether it be with a friend, family member, or partner, we argue. It could be over the silliest of things, or something very serious. No matter what, they can affect your relationship significantly. Sometimes negatively, sometimes positively. But are conflicts a necessity in a relationship? While some may think that a perfect relationship consists of zero arguments, all relationships require disagreements in order to be truly healthy.Recently, I witnessed my brother and his wife get into an argument. After it was all over, they were all cuddled up, being lovey-dovey and even more sickening than before. As I tried to avoid looking at them, I thought about other times I’ve witnessed or been in a disagreement. Nearly every time, the two individuals end up closer than ever. Clare Dunnell writes in her article, “Why Regular Arguments with Your Other Half are GOOD for Your Relationship,” aboutwhy exactly this is. “Each meltdown you have together forges a stronger bond because you know

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Term
Fall
Professor
Mrs. Smijag
Tags
partner, Feeling

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